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When evaluating the communication strategy for your brand, you need to know the “space” you already own in your consumers’ minds and where they will let it stretch.
Ameritest’s visual approach to ad testing works from the earliest concept stages to a fully produced product.
You’ve run a brilliant campaign, but you have questions. Did it work? What are the consumers taking away? Is your brand receiving the recognition it deserves? And what memories were left behind?
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Ameritest, a global leader in advertising and brand communication research, is delighted to announce that Abigail Hollister has been appointed president. Abigail is a fourteen-year veteran of Ameritest, consulting with brands to understand and solve their...read more
This past June the ARF hosted their 13th Audience Measurement Conference, AudienceXScience, where media, research, and advertising professionals gathered to explore the challenges of audience measurement in our ever-evolving media environment. The two days were packed...read more
How can a company built on a foundation of pancakes, up and decide to change that foundation to hamburgers? The casual dining sector is filled with restaurants that consumers have come to rely on. However, when one of these restaurants decides to challenge that...read more
Last week, we talked about some of the emerging trends we’re seeing in advertising this year. While it’s great to know what’s changing, you probably want to know what this means for you. How does all this translate into how your company approaches advertising? What...read more
Many of the conversations we have with our clients focus on trends we are seeing in the industry. Below we share what we are seeing this year. Video The standard conception of advertising tends to revolve around TV commercials, and while those are still dominating ad...read more
What can comics teach us about storytelling? If you’re reading this, you likely focus on storytelling in the context of brand communications. And like me, you might ask yourself, “Are there even similarities between comics and advertising?” I can tell you, after...read more
When really examining why most people use social media, the reason quickly reveals itself: we want to learn AND feel. For most social users, this educational and emotional quest often revolves around friends, family, the world…but it also includes brands. So, in...read more
I recently found myself in conversation with colleagues about the recent article by Tom Denari in which he describes copy-testing as a “usually blunt instrument that beats out the sometimes unexplainable magic of an ad or campaign.” Sticking with the “Dilly Dilly”...read more
There is a fundamental distinction between the kinds of emotion we all experience in our day-to-day lives and the kinds of emotion produced by a work of art. If advertising is an art, like music and poetry, painting and photography, novels and film, a discussion of...read more